International Migration, Immobility and Development
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International Migration, Immobility and Development by Tomas Hammar
Book DescriptionThe study of international migration and ethnic relations is rapidly expanding in the social sciences, in the humanities, and in law and medicine at universities around the world. Theories and methods are borrowed from many disciplines, but with little cross-fertilization, thereby leaving many core issues out. This authoritative book fills a gap by providing an expertly integrated overview of international migration from a wide range of disciplinary perspectives. Throughout the book, South to North migration is used as the main example.The authors, leading experts in their fields, ask provocative new questions such as the counterfactual, 'Why do people not migrate? and address old questions in fresh ways in a language accessible for students in a range of disciplines. Does migration from less developed countries stimulate or obstruct development? Does development reduce or increase the flows of migration? What are the dynamics of a migration process? Geography, economics, political science, social anthropology and sociology all inform this book, which is certain to become an established text in migration studies.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9781859739761
(234mm x 156mm x 17mm)
Imprint: Berg Publishers
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Publish Date: 1-Aug-1997
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
Books By Author Tomas Hammar
European Immigration Policy, Paperback (December 2009)
This book, first published in 1985, presents a comprehensive analysis of immigration policy in Europe.
Mechanisms of Immigration Control, Paperback (April 1999)
That people move from country to country is a fact, historically speaking, in most social contexts throughout the world. This study deals with control policies in destination countries - more precisely in Europe in the late 1980s and the 1990s. Eight countries have been chosen for discussion.
International Migration, Immobility and Development, Hardback (August 1997)» View all books by Tomas Hammar
Examines the causes of migration in a series of essays covering a wide-range of disciplinary perspectives. Throughout the book, North to South migration is used as the main example.
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Author Biography - Tomas Hammar
Tomas Hammar, Stockholm University Grete Brochmann ,The Institute for Social Research, Oslo Kristof Tamas, Stockholm University, Thomas Faist, Universitat Bremen
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